jamarmiller wrote:why they just dont bring over the Arms micron stuff instead beats me. Seems like those would be perfect for Mcdonalds . I remember way back when Gobots was still around and Wendys had a set of them, fully transformable, plastic was good, ect ect. And they were already assembled
Seems like the arms microns would be excellent choice for McDs
Absolutely not. There's a reason model kits are not marketed to young children. There are risks of swallowing/chocking on tiny pieces, poking/cutting body parts with sharp/pointy edges, and losing pieces, among other things.
Not to mention the complexity of putting them together and applying the teeny-tiny stickers in ever so precise a manner could get frustration for those kids with short patience and/or shaky hands.
Happy meal toys are meant to be safe, simple, and Preschool child-friendly, which the Arms Microns (or most any model kits for that matter) are not.
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